General Fiction | Fantasy Fiction | Worldbuilding
Do you write fiction when writing is your job? it can be hard to balance the two and make time for the one that’s not paying the bills. Here’s how I do it…
We’re always told write what you know, but what if you’re writing about fantasy and magic? Here’s how to write what you know when writing fantasy.
Fantasy writers love tons of characters. So, if you need to keep track of characters in your novel, I’ve got some tips that have helped me.
We’ve all felt it, the itch to return to writing but the words don’t come. With that comes the guilt, which makes it even harder. But why do we feel guilty?
The ultimate writing challenge has its upsides but also its downsides. In this post, I’ll be looking at both sides and why not winning isn’t so bad.
Religion – never has there been such a divisive topic in the world. If you want to use religion as a source of conflict in your fantasy novel, read on.
Religion is a huge part of our world and if you’re using it in your fantasy novel, it may be a daunting subject to approach. Here are my tips to get you started.
You can waste so much time trying to make everything perfect in your fantasy world. Here’s why perfection is overrated in your fantasy world
That shiny new world you’ve been working on for years – be careful to avoid info dumping your fantasy novel into oblivion!
“Fantasy is easy, you can say whatever”. This post goes into why fantasy is not always that simple. Can you really write whatever you want in fantasy?
What’s history got to do with a made-up place? History can inform and inspire our world building choices to add texture to a world and make it feel real.
After months and months of working on my first draft, I’ve finally finished. This post will focus on the re–plot and editing process.